More Americans are calling themselves conservative, even as more are saying they disapprove of President Obama's handling of the economy.
A recent Rasmussen poll shows that 56 percent of Americans now rate the president fair or poor on economic policies compared to 50 percent just last week.
And a Gallup Poll survey shows that 40 percent of Americans now say they are conservative.
That is the highest level since 2004. Only 21 percent call themselves liberal.
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell blasted the media for the scarce coverage of these recent polls.
"The media are obsessed with polling and public opinion data unless, of course, it goes against their narrative," he said. "The cause and effect is clear. The more America learns about Obama's radical agenda, the more likely they are galloping in the other direction."